A partnership between the Miami Heat’s Udonis Haslem and Magellan Housing has signed a deal to connect a mixed-use project they are developing called Wynwood Works to the county’s utilities system.
Wynwood Works is being built in partnership with the Omni CRA on city-owned land.
The project site is next door to the building housing Kush Wynwood, a popular eatery and beer bar.
Tenants will be mixed-income. As part of the deal, some of the apartments at the complex will be restricted to low income and affordable income tenants earning up to 140% of the area’s median income. The CRA says tenants will range from transitional homeless to workforce.
In addition to providing the land, the CRA is also providing a grant of $9.9 million towards construction.
According to the utilities deal that was completed on May 26, Wynwood Works will include:
5,698 square feet of retail
102 parking spaces (not included in the utilities deal)
There will also be amenities space for tenants, although it wasn’t included in the utilities agreement.
MC+G Architecture is designing the building, with a mural by the Bakehouse Art Complex and artist lofts curated by the Miami Light Project.